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Tuniq Propeller 120

@ 2010/06/11 read/post comments(0)
The Tuniq Propeller 120 is definitely a stylish heatink, promising specifications and comes in a great bundle....However, the specific design had a negative impact on its performance, especially under overclocking. Go To Full Article

Gainward GTX 465 GOOD Edition

@ 2010/06/11 read/post comments(0)
Although this is the slowest Fermi card up to date, the GTX 465 still fares nicely on higher resolutions and with DirectX 11 tessellation in games.. it offers a great value for money Go To Full Article

Patriot Inferno 100GB SF-1200 Solid State Drive

@ 2010/06/11 read/post comments(0)
Patriot had their plan down from the start; make a smoking hot SSD, name it something ultra cool (or hot in this case) and make the freaking case red no matter what. At one point even some Patriot reps didn’t… Go To Full Article

OCZ Vertex 2 120GB SSD Review

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Real world speed is what I look for in a drive. For the read speeds, being in the 200's, who is really going to notice a slight difference between one drive or another? But if you switch hands and one… Go To Full Article

Prolimatech Armageddon CPU Cooler Review

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After releasing their now infamous Megahalems heatsink, Prolimatech followed up with the Mega Shadow which was basically a Megahalems finished in a stunning black anodized finish. They have now released a brand new heatsink called the Armageddon which is designed… Go To Full Article

Noctua NF-S12B FLX Case Fan Review

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Rage3D takes a look at system cooling with Noctua's 120mm silent flex fan, the NF-S12B FLX. Our investigation looks at whether placement of intake and exhaust fans contributes much to system cooling in a mid-range system, utilizing the recently released… Go To Full Article

Xigmatek HDT SD964W Heatpipe CPU Cooler Review

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While the HDT SD964W cooler from Xigmatek isn't the best performing tower cooler I've seen, it does have a niche that many enthusiasts may want to explore. It didn't perform well on the overclocked Q6600 in the test mule, but… Go To Full Article

Was Crysis a masterpiece ahead of its time?

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Every gamer worth his salt has tackled Crysis, even today many of us have dusted it off for a quick replay. When it was released in 2007 it was a total system killer, and only a handful of people at… Go To Full Article

ECS P55H-A Motherboard

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We probably shouldn't expect much from ECS P55H-A. On the other hand, who cares about manufacturer profitability and ambitions while it produces quality, adequately priced solutions with decent features. Inexpensive models are the bulk of sales after all. Let's see… Go To Full Article

22 CPU waterblocks for socket 1366 reviewed

@ 2010/06/11 read/post comments(0)
He is well-known in the watercooling scene: Bundymania, the "Bastelorakel". Now the independent reviewer has compared the cooling performance of multiple different CPU waterblocks for socket 1366. This review, one of the largest round-ups of its kind, can be found… Go To Full Article

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